The Los Angeles Lakers have had an inconsistent season to say the least the 2014-15 NBA season, and perhaps no player is more emblematic of that than first-year Laker Jeremy Lin.
While Lin has shown flashes of the game-changing talent which originally brought about the Linsanity movement, he is averaging both his lowest scoring average and field-goal percentage in four years and has been relegated to the bench in favor of Ronnie Price.
Speaking with the LA Daily News' Mark Medina, Lin revealed what has been the most disappointing part of his tumultuous Lakers debut so far:
Jeremy Lin on toughest thing this season: "Knowing what I'm capable of and not being able to bring that to this team."
— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) December 16, 2014
As a player who seems to thrive with full control of the ball, Lin has struggled to adjust to playing alongside Kobe Bryant, who is currently sporting the highest usage rate of his entire career.
While it's too early to firmly say whether Los Angeles is a bad fit for Lin, the frustration appears to be mounting for the dynamic guard at Staples Center.
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